archaicwonder:

Odysseus’ Cave, Mljet Island, Croatia
Homer’s Odyssey says that King Odysseus, after surviving a shipwreck, swam to an island which belonged to the nymph Calypso, who lived in a cave. She was enamored with Odysseus and wanted to marry him.  He therefore became her prisoner for several years until Athena asked Zeus to have him released. Calypso finally conceded and let him go. Local folklore states that this is that very cave where she lived. However, no one really knows the location of this island (named Ogyia in The Odyssey) or its cave, if it indeed exists at all.
Mljet is the most southerly and easterly of the larger Adriatic islands of the Dalmatia region of Croatia.
wandrlust:

Ueno tube station, Tokyo, 1996 — Gueorgui Pinkhassov
seventytimesxseven:

February 19, 2011 (by Lecia | A Day That is Dessert)
booksandnerds:

(By: zenobia_joy)
allthingscroatia:

DubrovnikPhoto: Sanja Sehovic-Najia
fuckyeahseattle:


Sunset Over Port Seattle and Elliott Bay (by Scott Wurzel)
toxicremedy:

Balance and Composure (by Paige Farrow)

fallontonight:

Jimmy Fallon, the Roots and Sesame Street sing “Sesame Street”

Need to know how to get to Sesame Street? These guys can help you out! 

historicaltimes:

Miles Davis at the funeral of Jimi Hendrix, 1 October 1970, Renton, Washington, USA
and-the-distance:

Jerry Cantrell - Alice in Chains
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